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in my gaming club there is a argument about the master of stone spell from the Lore of life. the dilema is:
Can the master of stone spell be casted upon a hill feature or is this an uofficial rule?
Furthermore with what damge does master strike it's target? (2D6 S 5 or 3D6 S4 or something else)
on behalve of me and my friends:
thanks for any help.
It's usually best to declare what terrain features count as what before a game starts.
Sometimes a hill is just a grassy lump of earth. Other times, it could be a mound of rocks. And at other times, it could be a pile of sand formed into a dune.
Just go over each piece of terrain before you begin playing as to what each piece counts as. It's helps to stop arguments from occuring later during gameplay.
Also, the damage for the Master of Stone spell can be found in the BRB in the magic section.
hey, Sry for a late reply, it stats in the spell it effects all features of terrain houses/hill/anything made of stone it states in the BRB.
Rightly big red book its 2d6 str5 hits but in the revisted version of magic its 3d6 str4
http://uk.games-workshop.com/chronicles/magic/1/ check here for my details for the updated lores of magic.